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Oct 10 2021

Coalition of human service agencies says RI’s funding plan only for “tip of the iceberg” in caregiving crisis

Coalition seeks $100M to fix RI caregiving crisis By Gina Macris, Developmental Disabilities News Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee and ...

Oct 10 2021

In the Arena – Ian Donnis, The Public’s Radio

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews people of interest on his program, “In The Arena”.  The show airs at 7am ...

Oct 10 2021

RI250 Commission to plan local recognition of America’s Semiquincentennial in 2026

The first meetings of the Rhode Island Semiquincentennial (RI250) Commission have been set and a list of members has been ...

Oct 9 2021

ART! Providence Art Club New Exhibitions

Michael Rose, Gallery Manager, Providence Art Club The Galleries of the historic Providence Art Club will host three exciting new ...

Oct 9 2021

Scituate Arts Festival is back – art, crafts, food, music, RI Authors, RINewsToday writers

Celebrate the fall season by visiting the Scituate Arts Festival on the Village Green in North Scituate, RI. The festival ...

Oct 9 2021

NEW: CDC recommends immunocompromised get additional vaccine 28 days after 2nd vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccines for Moderately to Severely Immunocompromised People What You Need to Know People with moderately to severely compromised immune ...

Oct 9 2021

Governor’s plan to invest 10% of $1.1 billion Rescue funds now. Rhode Island only northeast state not to have spent any funds.

The Budget amendment will highlight a 10 percent investment of the State’s $1.13 billion American Rescue Plan State Fiscal Recovery ...

Oct 8 2021

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine seeks FDA approval for use in children, 5 to 11

Data on a vaccine dose of 1/3 the strength of that normally given to adults, made by Pfizer-BioNTech, is being ...

Oct 7 2021

Updated: RIDOT, Providence businesses say STOP to bike lanes – “The city created this disaster”

Update (10/6/21): TODAY, Peter Alviti, head of RIDOT, says that this construction is in violation of binding agreements of a ...

Oct 7 2021

Boosters begin at nursing homes. Brown Univ. gets $4.9M from CDC to study how immunity fades with age.

Photo: Brown University Boosters begin at RI nursing homes. Brown University research showed the CDC how immunity fades with age, ...